The Atlanta Film Festival has a long-standing love affair with puppetry—with short films, special presentations, live events and more all showcasing the best puppet offerings each year. Submit your puppetry short now!
At the 2015 Oscars, two ATLFF official selections competed for the Best Animated Short award. As an Academy Award®-qualifying festival, will our winning film from this year go on to receive a nomination?
This Saturday, July 25th, frequent ATLFF collaborator and long-time Atlanta producer Linda Burns will teach two classes guaranteed to help you kick-start your film career—Intro to the Film Business and Creating a Proper Film Resume.
Join screenwriting expert Michael Lucker and ATLFF Screenplay Programmer Ali Coad for an Eat, Drink, & B-Indie dedicated to the foundation of a good film—the screenplay. Not to mention, there will be lots of free Stella Artois!
In preparation for the 3rd annual Mountainfilm on Tour AT (August 28-29), we are focusing on filmmaking in the wild. Are you planning to shoot somewhere with limited resources? Uncontrolled variables? Danger?
A lot of screenwriting teachers claim to teach what you need to make it in the movie biz— but how many of them have actually done it? At Screenwriter School, Michael Lucker will teach you how to go from first idea to first sale—the way only an experienced screenwriter can do it.
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Atlanta Film Festival
The 39th annual Atlanta Film Festival takes place March 20-29, 2015. Showcasing diverse feature and short films and connecting audiences to filmmakers from around the world.